Switchfoot will appear live on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien.

The band is currently on tour in support of their seventh studio album, Hello Hurricane.

Dates have been selling out from coast-to-coast!

“It’s a sleekly presented modern-rock album with no shortage of bruising guitars or catchy choruses.” – Billboard

“On their seventh album, Switchfoot set the mood with U2-esque shimmer (“Needle and Haystack Life”), fuzzed out rockers that would make Dave Grohl green with envy (“Mess of Me,” a rally against prescription drug abuse) and jangly garage-rock (“Bullet Soul”).” – Alternative Press

“The group added some heft to its super catchy alternative rock…Mess of Me – a song about fighting one’s inner demons- is a stop-start rocker that kicks off with a serrated guitar scrawl, and Bullet Soul is a crescendoing punk rager.” – Rolling Stone

“…Hello Hurricane the ultimate benchmark for any like-minded act, and amongst this band’s very best.” – CCM
Switchfoot tour dates:

12/3 Charlotte NC – Amos’ Southend
12/4 Asheville NC – The Orange Peel
12/5 Richmond VA – The National – WDYL Snowball
12/7 Baltimore MD – Rams Head Live
12/8 New York NY – WRXP Presents The Fillmore NY @ Irving Plaza
12/9 Boston MA – Paradise Rock Club
12/10 Providence RI – Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
12/11 Philadelphia PA – Theater of Living Arts
12/12 Hartford CT – Webster Theater
12/13 Washington DC – 9:30 Club
12/14 South Burlington VT – Higher Ground – Ballroom
12/19 Riverside CA – KCXX

1/8 Reno NV – Knitting Factory
1/9 San Francisco CA – Regency Ballroom
1/11 Portland OR – Crystal Ballroom
1/12 Seattle WA – Showbox at the Market
1/13 Vancouver BC – Commodore Ballrom
1/15 Edmonton AB – The Starlite Room
1/16 Calgary AB – Macewan Hall (University of Calgary)
1/17 Saskatoon SK – Louis’ Pub
1/18 Winnipeg MB – Garrick Centre
1/21 Kitchener ON – Elements
1/22 Toronto ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
1/23 Montreal QC – Studio JPR
1/30 Hamilton NZ – Mystery Creek Events Center


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